Best Midtown/Central Park

From $220 / night

57th ST & 8th Ave, Manhattan, NY 10001
Best Midtown/Central Park
1 bedrooms
3 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 3
Type: Apartment
Per night: $220
Per week: $1,540
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Manhattan vacation apartment rental
West 57th ST and ninth Ave, Have your "ultimate New York experience" in this wonderful apartment. It's very New York and the location can't be beat. 105 year old brownstone with original details...hardwood floors, fireplace, high ceilings, original wood moldings. Of course with the modern luxuries of A/C, dishwasher, window seat, digital TV, and high speed internet cable. Bedroom has a full size bed, living room with sofa bed, dining area, fully equipped kitchen and full bathroom. Great sitting by the window. The apartment is located on the first floor (one flight up). towels and linens are provided.

LOCATION....3 minute walk from A,B,C,D, and 1 lines 4 minute walk from N,R,W,Q lines 1 minute walk from Columbus Circle, Central Park, the new Time Warner Center, and Lincoln Center. 5 - 10 minute walk from Broadway theaters 2 minute walk from all the wonderful restaurants in Hell's Kitchen

Judy Giorno

Area Information
Midtown West runs from 5th Avenue west to the West Side Highway and from 34th Street up to the southern tip of Central Park. Midtown is the main hub in NYC for business, shopping, entertainment and tourism.
Indeed, 57th Street has regained its lost luster and now is one of the world's most spectacular streets. Harry Macklowe erected a stunning black-glass, mixed-use monolith known as the Metropolitan Tower, designed by Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman & Efron, at 135 West 57th Street and Rockrose built the Carnegie Hall Tower nearby, designed by Cesar Pelli to be remarkably compatible with the famous concert hall. These two towers together with CitySpire another mixed-use tower directly south of them at 150 West 56th Street, dramatically transformed the midtown skyline with a pronounced shift to the west. CitySpire was designed by Helmut Jahn for developer Ian Bruce Eichner and used air rights from the adjacent City Center for the Performing Arts, whose Byzantine-style domed roof it imitated at its top.

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Deposits: Reservations are confirmed upon the receipt of a 25% Deposit on a Visa or MasterCard
Payment Options: American Express, Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: Rate is based on occupancy for two. For three or four please inquire within. Rate increased for Holidays.
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